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4.3 Fence Sounds--Carly Stone, Hazel White, Leah Umansky, Dominic Jaeckle

4.3 Fence Sounds--Carly Stone, Hazel White, Leah Umansky, Dominic Jaeckle

Update: 2022-05-30
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In this episode, Carly Stone writes about David Byrne and mental dislocation, Hazel White writes about systemic violence, Leah Umansky shows us a flame within flame, and Diamanda LaBerge Dramm reads an excerpt from 36 Exposures, by Dominic Jaeckle. With music by Taraka. 

1) Welcome to Paradise Lost
Taraka

Find out more here: https://www.taraka.org/

2) The Mental Dislocation Is A Wonderful Feeling
Carly Stone

"This is good. You feel like your head has come off your body. Let your mind rearrange the proportions of the world. "

Find the full work here: https://fenceportal.org/the-mental-dislocation-is-a-wonderful-feeling/

3) This View/Uncomfortable
Hazel White

https://www.hazelwhite.com/

4) Bird of One
Leah Umansky

"...be scared
then, get over it"

Find the full poem here: https://fenceportal.org/bird-of-one/

5) Excerpt from 36 Exposures
Dominic Jaeckle

Find out more here: https://dominicjaeckle.com/36-Exposures

6) Old Gloves, by Taraka

This episode was produced by Ashley Mayne and Jason Zuzga

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4.3 Fence Sounds--Carly Stone, Hazel White, Leah Umansky, Dominic Jaeckle

4.3 Fence Sounds--Carly Stone, Hazel White, Leah Umansky, Dominic Jaeckle

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